Grand Cayman: Home to the Caribbean’s Best Restaurants
As a well-established tourist destination and home to a population of more than 100 different ethnicities, Grand Cayman has a flourishing and diverse restaurant scene. Here are some of the best Grand Cayman restaurants (https://camanabay.com/grand-cayman-restaurants/).
Highly recommended by Fodor’s travel guide, Mizu is located in the town center of Camana Bay. It features an extensive menu with specialties from every corner of Asia, and highlights include the duck, Singapore fried noodles, and Okinawan-style pork belly. Mizu also offers a large selection of sushi, as well as a sake and wine list.
Kaibo has been Grand Cayman’s #1 ranked restaurant on Trip Advisor for the last six years and counting and it’s easy to see why. Offering a six-course tasting menu for only $70, Kaibo showcases the best seafood Grand Cayman has to offer at a reasonable price. With an interesting collection of rare rums and a location away from Seven Mile, Kaibo is the perfect place to enjoy a special evening.
If traditional Cayman dishes (http://beachboxtv.com/grand-cayman/2015/7/2/10-caymanian-dishes-you-need-to-know-about) are what you seek, look no further than Amelia’s Kitchen. The menu changes slightly every day, but recommended plates include conch soup and Cayman-style beef, where shredded beef is marinated in a variety of spices before cooking low and slow for hours. Be sure to go early, however, because delicious food and cheap prices mean things sell out quickly!
Featuring seafood and a plethora of vegan options, Vivo takes pride in serving up healthy, sustainable fare. Lionfish are an invasive species that threaten the local reef, so to help mitigate this, Vivo serves it in a myriad of ways including lionfish cakes, Asian-style lionfish, and even lionfish curry. With a buttery, flaky texture, many compare the flavor of the fish to that of lobster.
With posh, contemporary design and set right on Seven Mile Beach, Luca offers delicious Italian and Mediterranean fare for those who need a break from seafood. Menu highlights include a selection of cold antipasti, gnocchi with cream sauce, and herb-marinated rack of lamb. Wine lovers rejoice because Luca offers an impressive collection of over 3,000 wine bottles sourced from all over the globe.
No matter where you choose to dine on Grand Cayman, you’re sure to not be disappointed!